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    • Thank you Chris for asking and reminding me about the power point presentations. That is something I started working on and got distracted but I need to finish, with God's help. When I do, I will comment back and let you know.

      • Hi Chris. I just wanted to let you know the power point presentaions of the "In Light of The Cross Bible Study Guides" should be ready within a month from now. I will probably have them posted on my website. I will let you know. Thanks!

        • Chris we have the power point presentations available now at Salvation is the first one we have available. We hope to have all of them available at the same webpage within a couple weeks.

  1. Thank you so much for your personal perspective. If we don't love others they will not see the love of God because God wants to work thru us to reach others.

  2. Dear Sister Jane, just an additional little thought: God MUST work through us (faithful TRUE Christians) to show that the POWER of the Infinite Sacrifice of Christ DOES ACTUALLY work in human beings. This is to complete the work that was given to Adam and Eve to do. We are not welcomed back into Heavenly Fellowship IN SPITE of our failure to complete the work for which Humanity was designed and created, but rather BECAUSE Christ BOUGHT the "Right" for God to do for us that which we cannot do for ourselves. This put us all back on "vantage ground" from which to labor as Christ labored and thus COMPLETE the ORIGINAL JOB for which mankind was created - to show God's Character of Love and how His Government is to work in His Creation.
    Hope that is not TOO complicated. A LOT in a short space, grin!


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